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The Mole

The Mole

The Mole. New Unit of Measurement : The Mole. 3 mathematical definitions:. New Measurement Unit: The Mole 1st Definition. 1 mol= atomic mass of atom = molecular mass of a molecule = formula mass of an ionic compound MOLAR MASS

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Chapter 3. Crystalline Structure

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